The Queen's Journal - a student-run newspaper at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. The paper was founded in 1873 and has been continually publishing ever since. We currently publish a weekly print edition and regular online content throughout the year.
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Built on a bluff overlooking the Potomac River in Shepherdstown in 1773 by Revolutionary War Captain Joseph Van Swearingen, Belle Vue was originally a one-and-a-half-story stone house. The second story, built of brick, was added twenty years later.
Brown-Shugart House: A local legend welcomes a new family
Built in 1883 by Forrest Washington Brown, a prominent Charles Town attorney, the elaborate façade of the house is typical of many houses built during the Victorian period.
Revival: National Park Service site offers expert advice in historic furnishings
Whether you’re visiting Abraham Lincoln’s Springfield parlor or The National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, Georgia, the furnishings and exhibits you see have probably at one time or another been handled by the Harpers Ferry team of experts who provide services that include research, planning, acquisition, installation and post-installation …
Good Bones, Good Future: Couple lovingly rescues and revives historic home after it sustains major fire damage
A 1996 fire had ravaged the historic stone and brick house, built in three sections beginning circa 1800. The interior sustained extensive damage: a collapsed first floor, holes in the roof and major smoke damage throughout. The house was bulldozer-bound. And then came Jeff.
Locust Hill: 135 years after the battle, a weary brick shell stands as the only monument
The mansion ruins stand dilapidated and ghostly, yet still elevated, strangely juxtaposed above a sprawl of freshly built golf course houses just outside of Charles Town.
A new lease on life: Seven generations later, Smithfield Farm descendents revive the family home
Shortly after the 1988 restoration began, a Smith descendant may have disturbed some freely roaming ghostly inhabitants, although she’s not fully ready to admit that the encounter was spiritual in nature.
We need to plant the seeds for a more sustainable cannabis industry
Since its legalization, marijuana has become a big industry in Canada, and like most industries of its size, it comes with a substantial environmental impact—but it doesn’t have to. Marijuana requires specific temperature and humidity levels to grow efficiently, and growing marijuana indoors requires a huge amount of energy consumption. …
Tackling fast fashion, one shirt at a time
Even if you’re not familiar with the term “fast fashion,” chances are, your closet’s full of it. Fast fashion is the term used for the inexpensive clothing rapidly produced by mass-market retailers in response to the latest trends. Think Garage, H&M, and Zara. Most fast fashion retailers are popular because …
Tigers’ seniors finish with perfection, ‘eye of the Tiger’ focus
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — In capping off a perfect 15-0 season with a national championship win over Alabama, the Clemson seniors went out on top Monday with a night to remember. While Clemson’s talented freshmen and underclassmen shined on the biggest stage Monday, as they have all season, the Tigers’ …
Tigers earn sixth straight win over Gamecocks in dominant fashion
COLUMBIA — In the 117th edition of the Palmetto State rivalry game, it was all Clemson on Saturday afternoon at Williams-Brice Stadium. Trevor Lawrence passed for 295 yards and three touchdowns, and Travis Etienne had a record-breaking day as the No. 3 Tigers beat rival South Carolina 38-3 to earn …
Football wasn’t always the plan for Tigers’ Orhorhoro
CLEMSON — His full name is Oghenerukevwe Orhorhoro — his first name meaning, “God has done so much for me.” To his Clemson teammates and coaches, he’s known as Ruke. Orhorhoro — pronounced “Oh-row-row-row” — was born in Lagos, Nigeria, and moved to the United States when he was 9 …
Seneca’s Wilkerson balances football with business
SENECA — Unlike most high school students, Jalen Wilkerson’s Saturdays start around the crack of dawn. Even after late Friday nights consumed by football, the senior defensive tackle at Seneca High School makes sure he’s never late to work on Saturday mornings. And even if he is, he wouldn’t get …
After tragedy and injury, Seneca’s Benson ready to shine at SC State
After redshirting his first year as a South Carolina State football player, Jacory Benson found himself right where he wanted to be — on the field, ball in his hands, making plays in a scrimmage just two weeks before the Bulldogs’ 2018 opener.
Tigers beat Ohio State in wild Fiesta Bowl, advance to championship
GLENDALE, Ariz. — With a trip to the national championship game on the line, Clemson faced about as much late-game pressure as it could have asked for Saturday night against Ohio State. Down two points with 3:07 remaining in the Fiesta Bowl, the Tigers went 94 yards in four plays, …
Mountain Stage: Where the musicians come to play
West Virginia’s Larry Groce has a knack for pickin’ em. Artists, that is. Musical talents with true star quality. And he’s able to find a star early in its formation, when the pressure and temperature and gravitational pull of the body is so strong that it begins to glow, eventually …
Nigerians Stirs Comments on Twitter on #ENDSARS
The predominant rumors of torture, extortion, murder, and blackmail of Nigerian citizens especially the youths by officers of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad(SARS) in the nation have become a growing menace. Many Nigerians have described the SARS of the Nigeria Police as a pipeline for prejudice and injustice that has led …
The Impressive Life of Chadwick Boseman
In my culture, death is not the end. It’s more of a stepping-off point. You reach out with both hands and Bast and Sekhmet, they lead you into the green veld where you can run forever.’ – T’Challa, Captain America: Civil War, 2016 The world was thrown into deep mourning …
Welcome to StrategicRISK ’s series of interactive online books for professionals in the corporate risk management and insurance sector. published in partnership with Swiss Re Corporate Solutions. The second edition of explores the challenges of managing a business interruption and the steps risk and insurance managers can take to help …
After a series of missed deadlines, false assurances and bad communication, my reporter for a 1000+ word story finally gave out on the night of sending when I was News Editor. The piece focused on the end of class rank at our school, and even though we had worked through …
‘He could’ve done something great one day’
In 2018, a senior in my school's student body passed away from a drug overdose. Much of our community was shocked -- it's the kind of tragic, surreal event that leaves everyone walking around in a daze for awhile. I volunteered to write Tyler's obituary because I wanted to do …
Each year, The Journal is granted the opportunity to officially announce our school's Teacher of the Year. I wrote the centerfold story featuring Leah Enterline from the P.E. department for the 2018 award. I didn't have much experience to speak of at this point in my publication career, and this …
Looking down the barrel
When I was a sophomore News Reporter, I was given the opportunity to tackle our widely read centerfold story, with a planned overarching topic of guns. After discussion with my editor, I decided to focus on the accessibility of firearms and how that influenced young people's safety. Up to that …
Science Teachers: Rare Project Files for 3D Printed Anatomy
Scientifically accurate or medically acceptable files ready for 3D printing don’t have to be hard to find – follow this link to find a comprehensive source all in one place.
'Psoriasis can have devastating effects on your body image'
Tadgh Dolan talks about the impact psoriasis has had on his life.
Column: We need to stop comparing ourselves to our 'friends' online
I have come to realise that although I don’t have the perfect partner, dream home or even have a car of my own, my life is just fine, writes Angharad Williams.